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Authorised form of nameInglis; Sir; Charles Edward (1875 - 1952)
Dates1875 - 1952
Date of birth31 July 1875
Date of death19/04/1952
ActivityEducation:
MA
Career:
Fellow of King's College, Cambridge; Professor of Mechanism and Applied Mechanics in the University of Cambridge
Honours:
OBE 1919; Kt 1945
Memberships:
MICE
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election15/05/1930
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Obituaries:
Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society 1952-1953 vol 8 pp 445-457, plate, by J F Baker
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/121196103
Royal Society codeNA769
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1930/08Inglis, Sir Charles Edward: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/35/123Referee's report by Richard Vynne Southwell, on a paper 'Oscillations in a bridge caused by the passage of a locomotive' by Charles Edward InglisOctober 1927
RR/29/7Referee's report by Louis Napoleon George Filon, on a paper 'Stress distribution in a rectangular plate having two opposing edges sheared in opposite directions' by Charles Edward InglisMarch 1923
RR/47/108Referee's report by Charles Edward Inglis, on a paper 'On the calculation of stresses in braced frameworks' by Richard Vynne Southwell10 December 1932
RR/50/132Referee's report by Charles Edward Inglis, on a paper 'The relationship between viscosity, elasticity and plastic strength of a soft material as illustrated by some mechanical properties of flour dough.-III' by Robert Kenworthy Schofield and George William Scott Blair19 April 1933
RR/51/70Referee's report by Charles Edward Inglis, on a paper 'The motion of a rotor carried by a flexible shaft in flexible bearings' by David Macleish Smith25 June 1933
RR/61/98Referee's report by Charles Edward Inglis, on a paper 'The buckling of grids of stringers and ribs' by H L Cox and H E Smith8 February 1938
RR/63/88Second referee's report by Charles Edward Inglis, on a paper 'The relationship between viscosity, elasticity and plastic strength of a soft material as illustrated by some mechanical properties of flour dough IV— The separate contributions of gluten and starch' by Robert Kenworthy Schofield and George William Scott BlairMarch 1937
RR/65/135Referee's report by Charles Edward Inglis, on a paper 'Stress functions for a plate containing groups of circular holes' by the late R C J Howland and R C Knight17 February 1939
NLB/71/868Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to G. B. Sankey Esq., Engineering Laboratory, Cambridge22 November 1928
NLB/71/866Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; [to Harrison and Sons]22 November 1928
RR/44/79Referee's report by Charles Edward Inglis, on a paper 'On the analysis of experimental observations in problems of elastic stability' by Richard Vynne Southwell22 January 1932
RR/63/87Referee's report by Charles Edward Inglis, on a paper 'The relationship between viscosity, elasticity and plastic strength of a soft material as illustrated by some mechanical properties of flour dough IV— The separate contributions of gluten and starch' by Robert Kenworthy Schofield and George William Scott BlairDecember 1936
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